The July mid-term break comes to a close this weekend and it is back to school for the remainder of Term 3 from Monday. But there is still weekend to enjoy! Here’s a look at what’s on and some ideas of things to do this weekend, 25 and 26 July 2020, in Singapore.
Family-friendly Things to Do on 25 and 26 July 2020 in Singapore
Trash to Treasure
Join Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum for an hour on Saturday, 25 July 2020 and introduce your kids to the concept of recycling and upcycling in a clear and engaging way, through videos and games with Karen Cheah, founder of Alterpacks. Details here.
Fairy Tales Live!
HOLIDAY IDEAS: Discover the Best Things To Do in December
SANTA'S TOY FACTORY: Festive Workshops, Christmas Jingles & a Chance to Win a Car!
The creators of 22 Stories invites young ones and family to meet storybook characters on a live zoom meeting that promises to entertain, educate, and enrich. Play interactive virtual games, teach arts and craft and sing along side you and your little ones, all from the safety of your home. Details here.
e-Pets’ Day Out
On Saturday, 25 July 2020, tune in to the second edition of e-Pets’ Day Out and get to meet adorable animals looking for their fur-ever homes and stand to win giveaways with exclusive merchandise. Chat with veterinarians from the Animal & Veterinary Service (AVS), who will be answering questions about your pets “live”. Details here.
Set Sail to the Southern Islands
Want to explore somewhere “overseas”? Pack a picnic basket, sand toys and sunscreen and take a trip out to explore St John’s Island, Lazarus Island and Kusu Island. Check out a guide to what there is to do and how to get there.
Go on Virtual Safari to South Africa
Kids can join in a virtual safari “live” on YouTube with &Beyond. Drive along with experienced guides as they venture into the bush twice a day and chat with them to get your questions answered. Find out how.
Windsor Nature Park
Looking for a park to explore? Windsor Nature Park is the gateway to the TreeTop Walk and its 250-metre long suspension bridge. However, even if you don’t want to make the trek to TreeTop Walk, you can still explore Windsor Nature Park’s boardwalks and freshwater streams. Get more details here.